Gotta be all "progressive" and try to "start something new" eh?
"Tell you what, we’ll just create one, call it the Flashback meme: post your last sentence from the last post for each month of 2011."
Well, if that's the way the blog winds blow, then never let it be said that I don't blow.
Jan: What did I miss? How do you think we'll get our comeuppance?
Feb: The post-modern alt-pop-blues-folk singer-songwriter, not the Fox News crybaby.
Mar: I know we use some pretty big words, but try to follow along.
Apr: You may have heard of it. It was in the news and everything.
May: I did record video of the meeting, and it's pretty damn entertaining if I do say so my damn self.
Jun: I've got some ideas, just not the concurrent time and motivation.
Jul: Given the local temperatures around here lately caused by an infernal Heat Dome, I thought this brief synopsis of Dante's Inferno seemed apropos.
Aug: As a parent, I'm just flipping the script on them. Using the same kind of marketing tactics to trick my kids into eating something less unhealthy.
Sep: Word up Mr. P!
Oct: But I think the biggest affect this unusually vivid dream on me has been that I no longer have much of an appetite for sushi.
Nov: (Sorry, I wasn't feeling particularly bloggy this month. But I guess even choosing not to say anything is saying something, right?)
Dec: -- Patricia Highsmith (New Year’s Eve Toast, 1947)
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